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Klinsmann welcomes Mourinho to succeed Tottenham Hotspur

German Juergen Klinsmann, former star of Inter Milan and Tottenham, and the former coach of the American and German national teams, talked about his chances of assuming the technical leadership of the English club Tottenham Hotspur, succeeding Jose Mourinho, the coach of the Spurs who was sacked during the past days.

Juergen Klinsmann confirmed, in statements to the global Goal website, that he might be the next Tottenham coach, who denied excluding the matter.

Klinsmann said: "I tell you, everything is possible in life, I never thought that I would coach the Germany national team in the World Cup, I never thought that I would coach the USA for six years or Bayern Munich, so in two months we will see who will be the coach of Tottenham Hotspur." .

Speaking of the sacking of Jose Mourinho, Klinsmann stressed, "Well, it is clear that it is a huge decision. The timing is also, two days before the cup final, they wanted to send a signal that it is not going in the right direction."

In a related context, British press reports revealed the value of the penalty conditions obtained by Jose Mourinho, the former coach of Tottenham, during his football career, which amounted to 77 million pounds sterling, and according to the British newspaper "The Sun", Jose Mourinho got 18 million pounds sterling. In 2007 from the English club Chelsea, and in 2013 he got 17 million from Real Madrid after he was ousted from coaching the royal team.

Upon his return to Chelsea, the Portuguese coach got 12.5 million pounds in 2015, and in 2018 Mourinho managed to get 15 million pounds from Manchester United.


Finally, it was decided that Mourinho would get 15 million pounds, the equivalent of 17 million euros, from Tottenham, after the decision to dismiss him.